Technology Service offers a variety of formal programs for accessing its computing, communications, and information resources. Please check back here as we add additional program definitions in coming weeks.

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    Cardinal Display

    Cardinal Display is the university's digital signage system. Cardinal Display provides a visual display of slide-like content in various locations on campus. Learn how to request a digital sign for your department.

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    Cardinal Voice

    Cardinal Voice is the University's telephone system. Learn how to request service and use the telephone sets, voicemail and the softphone/presence app.

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    Desktop Replacement

    The University's Desktop Replacement program replaces up to 20% of primary faculty/staff computers annually to help ensure an up-to-date computing environment. Learn how the program works.

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    Faculty Technology Services

    Technology Services supports the teaching, service and research missions of University faculty through the adoption and maintenance of IT systems and services.

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  • Remote Access to Computer Lab Resources

    In addition to in-person use of desktop computers located in campus computer labs and classrooms, the University provides students with remote-friendly access to both specific software applications and to individual desktop environments.

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    Wireless Networking

    Learn how to use wireless networking on campus.

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    Zoom Video Conferencing

    Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing system that allows instructors to expand traditional classrooms with video communications, and facilitates collaboration throughout the university.

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